Category: Interviews

Archiving and ECM are first steps to intelligent collection and preservation

Electronic data discovery Interview – Aaref Hilaly, Chief Executive Officer, Clearwell Systems (Part 3 of 3)
Aaref brings extensive technology, entrepreneurial management, and Fortune 500 consulting expertise to his position. Prior to Clearwell, he was Co-Founder, President and CEO of CenterRun, which he led from inception in 2000 to its acquisition by Sun Microsystems (NYSE:SUN) in August 2003. CenterRun was a leading provider of application provisioning software and today forms the basis of Sun’s data center automation product suite.

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CIOs and their IT departments learn legal concepts to solve data retention problems

Electronic data discovery Interview – Aaref Hilaly, Chief Executive Officer, Clearwell Systems (Part 2 of 3)
Aaref brings extensive technology, entrepreneurial management, and Fortune 500 consulting expertise to his position. Prior to Clearwell, he was Co-Founder, President and CEO of CenterRun, which he led from inception in 2000 to its acquisition by Sun Microsystems (NYSE:SUN) in August 2003. CenterRun was a leading provider of application provisioning software and today forms the basis of Sun’s data center automation product suite.

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Litigation readiness using proactive intelligent collection and preservation

Electronic Data Discovery Interview – John Ashley, EVP of Electronic Evidence in First Advantage’s Investigative and Litigation Support Services segment (Part 2 of 2) — Mr. Ashley is a former British Detective who has been investigating computer crime since 1989. Specific case work includes illegal pornography, business accounting fraud, terrorism and murder. More recently John has worked closely with many technologies, including all of the prominent email platforms. — Interviewer note: Mr. Ashley has specific experience in forensic acquisition of individual desktops and laptops where criminals were brought to justice.

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Legally, what’s a retention policy? How to educate IT? What’s a CIO to do?

Electronic data discovery Interview – Michele Lange, Esq., is the director of legal technologies for Kroll Ontrack (Part 1 of 2)
Michele C.S. Lange serves as a Director in the Ontrack® Discovery and Ontrack® Forensics product lines for Kroll Ontrack. In this role, Ms. Lange is responsible for the evolution of the company’s legal technology product and service offerings, conducts legal and market research and analysis, and engages in industry relations. From e-document preservation to litigation tactics, she also helps clients integrate electronic discovery into their case strategy.

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Improving legal counsel’s mood with electronic data discovery tools

Electronic data discovery Interview – Aaref Hilaly, Chief Executive Officer, Clearwell Systems (Part 1 of 3)
Aaref brings extensive technology, entrepreneurial management, and Fortune 500 consulting expertise to his position. Prior to Clearwell, he was Co-Founder, President and CEO of CenterRun, which he led from inception in 2000 to its acquisition by Sun Microsystems (NYSE:SUN) in August 2003. CenterRun was a leading provider of application provisioning software and today forms the basis of Sun’s data center automation product suite.

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What IT and Legal need to know for better Electronic Data Discovery

Electronic Data Discovery Interview – John Ashley, EVP of Electronic Evidence in First Advantage’s Investigative and Litigation Support Services segment (Part 1 of 2)
Mr. Ashley is a former British Detective who has been investigating computer crime since 1989. Specific case work includes illegal pornography, business accounting fraud, terrorism and murder. More recently John has worked closely with many technologies, including all of the prominent email platforms.

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